The Remote Darts League returns with a new field and new format, and all matches are available to watch exclusively…
The Remote Darts League returns with a new field and new format, and all matches are available to watch exclusively live online.
The second staging of the Remote Darts League features 16 players from the WDF system competing over 21 days in a round-robin format.
The opening 20 nights will see the players will face each other once, with the top four in the final league table progressing to the knock-out phase.
James Richardson is the defending champion after defeating Paul Hogan 10-3 in the final of RDL 1 in April.
Richardson and Hogan return to the line-up alongside RDL1 semi-finalists Jim Williams and Tony O’Shea.
Debutants include 1994 World Matchplay champion Larry Butler and fellow American Joe Chaney, 2019 World Trophy finalist Richard Veenstra and French number one Thibault Tricole.
World Masters Champion John O’Shea also features, as do Australia’s Justin Thompson, New Zealand’s Darren Herewini and Canada’s David Cameron.
There are four women in the line-up: 2017 World Master Lorraine Winstanley, Laura Turner, Tina Osborne and Stacey Pace.
The tournament runs from May 18 to June 8, with all players competing from home via a live stream, with Richard Ashdown refereeing the action.
Live streaming is available to fans in the UK and various other regions. To watch live, simply follow our step-by-step guide below.
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How to watch the Remote Darts League 2 live online
1) Go to Unibet via this special link
2) Register an account and claim your exclusive welcome offer of money back as a bonus up to £40 if your first bet loses (or sign-in)
3) Go to the sports homepage and select Streaming > Darts
4) Choose ‘Remote Darts League’, select the match in progress and the streaming window will open